Wednesday’s Quick Clicks…

  • A former Death Row inmate who was wrongfully convicted of a double murder after a Chicago cop withheld or fabricated evidence against him, then was left fuming when a federal jury awarded him just $80,000 in damages, is getting another chance to win the $18 million he says he deserves. Former El Rukn gang member Nathson Fields was last year denied a fair trial of his lawsuit against the City of Chicago, U.S. District Judge Matthew Kennelly ruled late Monday.Authorities hid a “bonanza” deal that allowed a key witness for the city to get out of prison early after he testified against Fields last year, Kennelly ruled in ordering a new trial.  Keep reading….
  • Exonerees are failed twice by the criminal justice system
  • Ohio wrongfully convicted Danny Brown, then it really screwed him
  • Virginia prosecutor:  Innocence man faces life behind bars unless Governor pardons him

One response to “Wednesday’s Quick Clicks…

  1. Reblogged this on FORENSICS in FOCUS @ CSIDDS | News and Trends and commented:
    Links to the infuriating stories of how the CJ system works for its own purposes rather than being concerned about acting reasonably unbiased and fair.

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